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India has witnessed many events in the last century. From independence and partition to the new government and collaborations with some globally powerful countries. But here are some unseen pictures of the Indian history which will amaze you.
The first freedom struggle had begun in 1857. But it was instantly suppressed by the British Generals. In turn, two Indian men were hanged to death.
An extremely rare seen picture of Rabindranath Tagore with Albert Einstein.
The beautiful fountain at the centre of the city was the heart of Bombay in the 1880s.
An unseen picture of Nathuram Godse, the man who killed Mahatma Gandhi.
In 1994, the two beauties from India, Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen were crowned Miss World and Miss Universe respectively.
This was the death sentence poster of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru and others during 1930 after their freedom struggle was suppressed.
The Indian cricket team chilling in their dressing room.
Professor M.S. Narasimhan, architect of the first digital computer at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Automatic Calculator (TIFRAC) demonstrating the first Indian digital computer to Jawaharlal Nehru.
The first women pilot in India, Sarla Thakral, was only 21 when she received her pilot license in 1936.
The first Rolls Royce Depot was opened in Bombay in the early 1900's
This is the scene of the slaughter of 2000 rebels in Lucknow. The skeletons lie around the place in the year 1858.
This is the picture of India's Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi during his early days when he was admitted in NCC.
A never-before-seen picture of Indian cricket team's captain, M.S. Dhoni during his childhood.
A picture from the young days of Anna Hazare where he is an army official.
The very first International Indian (Parsi) cricket team during their England tour in 1886.
Young Sachin Tendulkar with Vinod Kambli.
Young Vivekananda mourning at the funeral of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.
Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru's meeting with the great Charlie Chaplin in Burgenstock, Switzerland in 1953.
The dead body of the freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad.
The last time when Netaji was caught by Britishers.